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I think that is probably unlikely. This show is very special. I'm not looking to have as many as possible. My sense right now is we would be very lucky if one of the four rises to the level that we have set.
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But I do not see a scenario where we have more than one. But again, high-class problem.
Though probably more likely one. By Yohana Desta. By Bess Levin. By Laura Bradley. Read More. By Kevin Fitzpatrick. By Joanna Robinson. The coastal capital is filmed in the medieval walled city of Dubrovnik, Croatia. The Frostfang Mountains comprise a tall and jagged mountain range in the far north of Westeros. Part of the range extends into the North, where the Starks rule, but most of the mountains are north of the wall in wildling or "free folk" territory.
The island of Lokrum, in Croatia, served as the backdrop for the city of Qarth, as well as the fortification used for the House of the Undying in Season 2. Many of the scenes in Qarth are digital , but a few of the garden scenes were filmed in Lokrum's botanical gardens and in its former Benedictine monastery.
Though Daenerys initially shut down the fighting pits in Meereen, the Meereenese requested she reopen the venue. Accepting that advice was disastrous for the Mother of Dragons, as the rival Sons of the Harpy tried to assassinate her during the arena's grand reopening. Daenerys managed to escape on the back of her dragon , but only in the nick of time. The Iron Bank of Braavos is the richest bank in all of Westeros. It often loans money to people from the seven kingdoms. It brings the war home. Stannis Baratheon deserted by his men and his Red Woman, defeated by the Boltons, and decapitated by Brienne of Tarth.
Sansa and Theon jumping to freedom from the walls of Winterfell.
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Poor poisoned Myrcella Baratheon in the arms of Jaime Lannister, the father she acknowledged for the first time seconds earlier. A killer finale. It starts in death by fire, and ends in life amid the ice. In between, the series finale of the biggest show of the century is a surprisingly thoughtful and contemplative thing, determined to give each of its main characters an ending that suits them — none of them quite happily ever after, but none a perverse Red Wedding either. Then again, consumed by visions of a perfect world only she has the power — and the right — to bring about, Daenerys Targaryen is murdered in the exact same way Robb Stark was by Roose Bolton at that bloody celebration, and Roose was by Ramsay in turn: a blade in the heart, delivered by someone she trusted.
That someone is Jon Snow, who escapes his destiny as the Last Dragon and helps bring human life back to the lands beyond the Wall. His sisters Arya and Sansa set sail for undiscovered country and take power as Queen of the North respectively.
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Kingdoms by Tyrion, whose punishment for his crimes and misjudgments is to help the young psychic rule as his Hand. Stunning, screen-commanding performances by Emilia Clarke, Kit Harington, Isaac Hempstead Wright, and Peter Dinklage ensure that while the Iron Throne itself may have been melted into nothingness, the show it anchored will stand for years to come.
In the Riverlands, Walder Frey toasts to victory over his enemies — then gets killed by Arya Stark after she serves him his own sons for dinner. And in the East, Daenerys sets sail for the Seven Kingdoms at the head of a massive alliance between the Dothraki, the Unsullied, the Ironborn, the Dornish, and the Tyrells — and, of course, her dragons. Rulers rise, rulers fall, and winter is officially here. What to think of this literally years-in-the-making assault on Winterfell, and by extension all life on the planet, by the Night King and his undead minions?
On the other hand, you have an astonishing, unholy wedding of Lord of the Rings- style combat and scale to breathtaking horror that tops any zombie show or slasher movie in recent memory. You also have moments of exquisite beauty and overwhelming emotion, from dragons dancing above the clouds to an ancient sorceress walking toward the dawn to meet her death in the snow. Okay, good. This episode — written and directed by Bryan Cogman and David Nutter, respectively, each of whom is a series MVP — combines them both to absolutely beautiful effect.
This is the big one.
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What happened at Hardhome, a remote wildling settlement to which Jon Snow and his newfound ally Tormund Giantsbane led a humanitarian mission to help its people sail south, happened out of nowhere. With only the barking of dogs, the rumble of thunder, and a cloud of mist as a warning, the dead were suddenly upon the living, and the White Walkers followed. Both Jon Snow and the audience leave the scene behind in stunned silence. This season-three highlight sees two couples bare both body and soul for very different reasons. Beyond the Wall, Jon and Ygritte consummate their relationship in a red-hot scene set in a secluded subterranean grotto.
It is severed here, in the most dramatic and final fashion imaginable, and the war between the Wolf and the Lion will never be waged directly again. Rickon Stark, Wun-Wun the giant, and Ramsay himself are just three of the countless casualties, which slowly pile up into literal mountains of corpses. War: What is it good for? Absolutely nothing but an absolutely riveting episode. Just as important as this sight are the sounds that follow: the screams and cries of burning, drowning, dying men.
This is no antiseptic fireworks-display destruction. This is death. This is war. With heroic and villainous figures on both sides, it splits our sympathies right down the middle. Would Stannis have made a more merciful monarch than Cersei? Would a triumph by the tyrannical Tywin Lannister be worth it if it meant saving the lives of innocents like Sansa Stark and Tommen Baratheon? Sansa Stark: How long do I have to look? Joffrey Baratheon: As long as it pleases me.
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But does he therefore dial down the carnage that occurs any time large numbers of people decide to murder one another for a cause? Oh, no. Oh, not at all. This time, instead of stalling at the city walls, the invaders make it inside—with the help of Daenerys Targaryen and the last dragon she has. This war crime was a long time coming, and the seeds had been planted since the start.
Ned Stark losing his head. Jaime Lannister losing his hand.